Notable Clean Energy Investments – Green Energy Transition

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Notable clean energy investments for the week of April 27, 2008.

Government of Canada Invests Over $13.6 Million in Vancouver’s Fuel Cell Industry “The Government of Canada today announced a $13.6 million investment in the National Research Council (NRC)’s Vancouver-based fuel cell and hydrogen industry and officially opened the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Gateway”

DOE Makes up to $60 Million Available for Concentrating Solar Power Research “DOE announced on April 30 that they would provide up to $60 million for concentrating solar power (CSP) projects in the areas of advanced thermal energy storage or heat transfer fluids, with funding options for both new research and development and demonstrations of technologies already under development.”

Solar Thermal Startup SkyFuel Scores $17M “SkyFuel, an Albuquerque, N.M.-based company that has created a cheap, light material called “ReflecTech” for its sunlight-catching troughs, has raised $17 million in a Series B round of funding from Leaf Clean Energy.”

Ireland’s NTR makes $150-mil investment in US’ Wind Capital Group “Dublin-based NTR, a developer and operator in renewable energy and sustainable waste management, is investing $150 million in Wind Capital Group, a St. Louis-based wind developer, the companies said Thursday.”

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